Close Close

Site map

  1. About us
  2. Launch of RCVS Knowledge
  3. Our vision
  4. All Trials campaign
  5. Board of Trustees
  6. Staff
  7. Our supporters
  8. Supporters from previous years
  9. Annual review
  10. Work with us
  11. How to find us
  12. Contact us
  13. Events
  14. VET 2016
  15. Day 1 references from the presentations
  16. Day 2 references from the presentations
  17. Day 3 references from the presentations
  18. 3 Days - references from the presentations
  19. Past events
  20. 1st International EBVM Network Conference - 23-24 October 2014
  21. Conference posters
  22. EBVM Skills Day 2015
  23. Our partners, sponsors and exhibitors
  24. Speakers and Presenters
  25. Veterinary Evidence Today 2016
  26. Day 1 - references from the presentations
  27. Day 2 - references from the presentations
  28. Day 3 - references from the presentations
  29. References from the presentations
  30. Instructions for Call for Speakers
  31. Evidence
  32. EBVM drives the veterinary profession forward
  33. How does EBVM affect me?
  34. The case for EBVM
  35. What is EBVM?
  36. How does EBVM affect me?
  37. Addressing EBVM concerns
  38. Join the EBVM Network
  39. Knowledge Groups
  40. Who should participate?
  41. What's involved?
  42. Guiding principles
  43. How you can get involved
  44. Knowledge Summaries
  45. Write a Knowledge Summary
  46. Prioritisation Project
  47. How does EBVM affect me?
  48. Addressing EBVM concerns
  49. Call for collaborators
  50. Call for collaborators
  51. EBVM Toolkit
  52. EBVM and EBM resources
  53. Sources of evidence
  54. Critically appraised topics (CATs)
  55. Self-learning materials, tutorials and short courses
  56. Tools, guidelines and checklists
  57. Clinical Audit Toolkit
  58. Clinical trials
  59. Organisations
  60. Getting involved
  61. EBM resources
  62. Self-learning materials, tutorials and short courses
  63. Cultivate your own interests
  64. Conferences worldwide
  65. Training & workshops
  66. Library
  67. Our resources
  68. Books and reports
  69. Journals
  70. Open access and free access
  71. Databases
  72. List of electronic resources
  73. Certificate casebooks
  74. Diplomas
  75. Fellowship theses
  76. Access our electronic resources
  77. Discovery FAQ
  78. Access the Library catalogue
  79. Our services
  80. Article request form
  81. Literature search request
  82. Literature searching workshops
  83. Join the Library
  84. Trial Library membership
  85. Keeping up with your PDP and CPD
  86. Topics in focus
  87. Animals as pets – easy or difficult to keep?
  88. Advice and treatment for pets and their fear of loud noises and fireworks
  89. Horse passports
  90. Human-animal bond - therapeutic benefits
  91. Intoxication of domestic animals by plants
  92. Mental health and well-being of veterinary professionals
  93. Safety of our meat
  94. Dangerous dogs: assessment and legislation
  95. Welfare and rehabilitation of bats
  96. Zoonotic infectious diseases
  97. Non-accidental injuries in pets
  98. Assessing reptile welfare
  99. Congestive heart failure in cats
  100. Microchipping dogs
  101. Pancreatitis in cats and dogs
  102. Transmission of bovine tuberculosis between badgers and cattle
  103. Pet obesity - treatment and management
  104. Veterinary medicines and anti-microbial resistance
  105. Using radiology and ultrasound imaging techniques to find gastric and intestinal obstructions
  106. World Rabies Day - September 28
  107. Nobel Prize winners - medical technologies benefitting animal health
  108. Transportation and exportation of live animals - welfare and guidelines
  109. Pet separation anxiety
  110. Being kind can be fatal - toxicoses in cats and dogs
  111. Illegal trade in wildlife
  112. Risks and benefits of castrating dogs
  113. What is the effect of spaying on mammary tumours in dogs?
  114. Tail docking - the long and short of it
  115. Bovine tuberculosis in domestic pets and non-bovine species
  116. Animal cloning - what's the issue?
  117. Blood transfusions - the risks and benefits
  118. Wound management
  119. Open access and free access resources
  120. Treatment of epilepsy in cats and dogs
  121. End of life care
  122. Anaesthetic-related deaths
  123. The risks and benefits of vaccination
  124. Feline lower urinary tract diseases - treatment and management
  125. Caesarean section in canine
  126. Disaster preparedness and response
  127. Recent topics in focus
  128. CPD for VNs
  129. Canine dermatology
  130. Continuing professional Development for vets
  131. Rabbit Awareness Week 18 - 26 June 2016
  132. One Health and zoonoses
  133. Caring for the geriatric patient
  134. World Antibiotics Awareness Week
  135. Treatment of myxomatous mitral valve disease
  136. Brexit and the veterinary profession
  137. Be prepared - planning for emergencies
  138. OER to help new practitioners cope
  139. Project documents
  140. Project partners
  141. Project team
  142. What the project was about
  143. Open Educational Resources
  144. Why we did this project
  145. Resources for new vets
  146. Library blog
  147. Competitions
  148. Your generous donations
  149. Frequently asked questions
  150. Meet our users
  151. Useful links
  152. Library membership renewal
  153. Grants
  154. Available grants
  155. Evidence Awards
  156. EBVM Network Grants 2015
  157. Skills Day Bursaries
  158. Target Grants 1
  159. Grants awarded
  160. Target Grants 2
  161. Allison German
  162. Christopher Snow
  163. Alan Radford
  164. Gene sequencing shapes the future of veterinary science
  165. David Argyle
  166. Stephen Collins
  167. City and Islington College
  168. Hannah Hodgkiss-Geere
  169. Driving Practice Innovation Award
  170. Grants awarded 2015
  171. Grants awarded 2014
  172. Prior awards given
  173. The long and short of it
  174. Grants awarded before 2010
  175. Collaborations
  176. Oral History
  177. Pioneers and professionals
  178. Bristol Class of '54
  179. Breed n Betsy on the BBC
  180. Towards rabies eradication in Tanzania
  181. Other funders
  182. Veterinary science studies, science or animals
  183. Funding for women
  184. Financial need or hardship, parents or carers
  185. Specific locations, groups or nationalities
  186. General educational funding
  187. Information and support services
  188. Science Media Centre
  189. British Science Festival
  190. Heritage & history
  191. Historical Collection
  192. Archives
  193. Archive collections
  194. WAVHM posters
  195. Highlights of the collections
  196. More from our Historical Collection
  197. The fower chiefyst offices
  198. Works on horses and equitation
  199. Anatomia del cavallo, infermita, et suoi rimedii
  200. Foure bookes of husbandrie
  201. Charles Vial de St. Bel's Plan
  202. Artis veterinariae, sive mulomedicinae libri quatuor
  203. Hungers prevention
  204. Animal locomotion
  205. Libri de re rustica
  206. More archive discoveries
  207. Odiham Society’s minute book
  208. John Archibald Watt Dollar’s portrait
  209. The manuscripts of Edmund Nicholas Gabriel
  210. Illustrations by John Roalfe Cox MRCS FRCVS RCS
  211. The fascinating content of veterinary receipt books
  212. Presidential chair
  213. College mace
  214. Presidential badge and chain
  215. Robert John Stordy
  216. Genealogical research
  217. The history of the RCVS
  218. Past RCVS Officers and Council Members
  219. Veterinary legislation in the UK
  220. RCVS war memorials
  221. RCVS Library and Museum Collection timeline
  222. RCVS Library and the Blitz
  223. History of the veterinary profession
  224. Global veterinary medicine timeline
  225. British veterinary medicine timeline
  226. Veterinary nursing timeline
  227. Achievements in disease control
  228. Historical Collections blog
  229. Your donations create a lasting legacy
  230. Useful links
  231. Support us
  232. RCVS Archives Project
  233. Support our Scanner Appeal
  234. Donate now
  235. Gifts and book sales
  236. Get involved
  237. Virgin Money London Marathon 2016
  238. Leave a lasting legacy
  239. Why leave a legacy to us?
  240. A legacy gift in action
  241. Why make a will?
  242. How to make a will
  243. Legacy wording
  244. Inheritance tax
  245. Saying thank you
  246. In memoriam
  247. Where your money goes
  248. Our appeals
  249. Adopt-a-Book appeal
  250. Why we need your help
  251. How to adopt a book
  252. Donate-a-Book appeal
  253. How to donate a book
  254. RCVS Knowledge Library gift policy
  255. News
  256. News
  257. Discovery login page
  258. Contact
  259. Feedback
  260. Site map
  261. A to Z
  262. Accessibility
  263. RCVS Knowledge privacy policy
  264. Cookie policy
  265. Search Tips
  266. Shop
  267. Data protection
  268. Ordering details
  269. Forgotten password
  270. VBMPS Congress (Veterinary Biomedical & Pharma Sciences Congress)
  271. AMR Symposium
Website developed by netXtra

Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Trust (trading as RCVS Knowledge) is a registered Charity No. 230886
Registered as a Company limited by guarantee in England & Wales No. 598443
Registered office: Belgravia House, 62 - 64 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF